We biked to our new home. Maren drove all of our gear there. Another example of how nice she is. When we had almost biked to the house we got lost. Mom looked at the map, but some how we just could not find the place. We asked the people and studied the map even harder. Success! We quickly scurried there not to keep Maren waiting.
When we got there, the owner had to clean up more and said she would like to see our passports. Oh no... we had left our passports at the last house! We all got freaked. Dad and Maren took the responsibility to take the car and go get the passports. When dad got to the old house, no one was there. He called them and they said that they would be home in two hours. So David ,mom, and I went to the park. Dad and Maren waited at a cafe. After a little wait they found the passports.
When we got home we met up with dad. He said Maren had to go because she had a long long drive. That was sad because I could not say good bye. When we got home we made sure we had everything.
After that adventure, mom and dad went on a walk. David and I stayed home. We are in a big flat . Our flat was on the top of the building with access to the roof, by going up a ladder. We walked on the roof. It was nice up there. We also had some staring contests. David won all the time except once.
|FIND HARRY UP ON THE ROOF (extremely tricky)|
After mom and dad came home, I went to a pick up game of soccer. I played with the local Dutch kids. They are real nice and are really good sports. As you might know, the Dutch are really good at soccer. This next statement will only be understood by people from Rogers Park Elementary: They could even beat Gus in a snap!